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Tamar River - Cities, Towns and Localities
The majestic Tamar River meanders for 58 km through the Tamar Valley region of high-yielding vineyard country, orchards, scenic farmland and forests from Launceston through to Port Dalrymple and the sea of Bass Strait.

Fed by the South and North Esk Rivers where they merge at Launceston to become the Tamar River, there are shore access pontoons conveniently located along the riverbanks and offers a great place to cast a line for the variety of saltwater fish.

Other smaller rivers and streams also feed into the Tamar River offering opportunities for freshwater fishing. The quiet waters and sheltered shores also provide a perfect environment for many species of waters birds.

In addition to our listed online travel guide information, contact the local tourism visitor centre for your destination for more attractions, tours, local maps and other information.

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Tamar Visitor Information Centre - Exeter

George Town Visitor Information Centre

Tamar River Attractions

Some of the many attraction, villages and towns along the Tamar River and region include: Greens Beach, Kelso, Clarence Point, York Town, Beauty Point, Beaconsfield, Rowella, Kayena, Sidmouth, Deviot, Robigana, Gravelly Beach, Holwell, Winkleigh, Exeter, Frankford, Glengarry, Notley Hills, Rosevears, Grindelwald, Legana, Bridgenorth, Birralee, Rosevale are on the west side of the Tamar River. Following the river north on the east side are: Rocherlea, Dilston, Underwood, Windermere, Lilydale, Swan Bay, Mt Direction, Turners Marsh, Hillwood, Lower Turners Marsh, Bell Bay, Lefroy, George Town, and Low Head.
Batman Bridge
• The word’s first cable stayed truss bridge built in the 1960’s. It is the only bridge that crosses the Tamar River. You can also enjoy a picnic beneath the Batman Bridge.
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